Why buy a University of Gloucestershire degree?

Why buy a University of Gloucestershire degree?
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The University of Gloucestershire is a public university based in Gloucestershire, England. It is located over three campuses, two in Cheltenham and one in Gloucester. In March 2021, the university purchased the former Debenhams store in Gloucester City Centre, with a new campus due to open there in 2023.

The university is the successor of a large number of merged, name-changed and reformed institutions of further and higher education. Its history spans nearly two centuries.The University was established through two distinct strands of educational provision in Gloucestershire, being that provided by Local Government and that founded by the Anglican Church. The university can trace its earliest history to the Mechanics Institutes of Cheltenham (1834) and Gloucester (1840), and the Cheltenham Training College, which was established in 1847 by the Reverend Francis Close. In 1921, the Cheltenham Training College separated into two schools, St Paul’s College of Education and St Mary’s College of Education, which eventually merged in 1979. The College of St Paul & St Mary went on to combine with the Gloucestershire College of Arts & Technology in 1990, forming the Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education. In October 2001, the college was awarded university status.

The university provides almost 100 undergraduate courses and around 57 taught post-graduate courses within eight schools.

A 10-year memorandum of understanding exists between the university, Gloucestershire College and South Gloucestershire and Stroud College to support access to higher education.
The Park, Cheltenham, is the largest of the campuses and is the administrative centre. It is located in the Park district of Cheltenham. The estate dates from the 19th century and was originally designed as zoological, botanical and horticultural gardens.

The Media School was relocated to the Park Campus in 2011 from the former Pittville campus. The new facilities include a newsroom, television & radio studios, edit suites, and teaching facilities. It has been awarded Skillset Media Academy status[35] and is part of the North by Southwest – The Gloucestershire and Wiltshire Skillset Media Academy Partnership.

Student accommodation is available in the Park villas, Challinor, Eldon & Merrowdown and Eldon & Merrowdown Annexe located on and next to the campus, as well as Spa Court and Regency Halls across the town of Cheltenham. A partnership with the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust was launched in May 2009 and the Park Campus grounds became designated as a community green space. The garden includes over 900 trees, both native and ornamental, a shallow lake and a meadow with native species.